Final Fantasy 16 Review
Even with 16 mainline entries (20 if you include X-2, 13-2, Lightning Returns, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake) and a plethora of spinoffs, Final Fantasy 16 is the only game in the seri
The most recent installment in this illustrious series is more of an evolution of the character action genre than of the RPG foundation on which the franchise was founded.
It combines fast reflexes with character-building RPG mechanics, but places a greater emphasis than ever before on the former.
It's not a perfect blend – while the combat is fantastic for an action RPG, it is undoubtedly lacking when compared directly to the greats of the character.
It is brimming with unforgettable characters, outstanding worldbuilding, an incredible soundscape, and moments of pure spectacle that are rarely seen in video games.
Final Fantasy 16 takes up where Final Fantasy 14 left off, continuing the series' return to high fantasy while drawing heavily from Game of Thrones.
It encompasses decades of history in the realm of Valisthea, a land overflowing with both beauty.
Your character, Clive Rosfield, is the protagonist of this story. He is the senior prince of the kingdom of Rosaria and the protector of his younger sibling Joshua, the Dominant of